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Should CIS schools offer full athletic scholarships?

The Journal Staff debate whether or not CIS schools should be allowed to give full athletic scholarships.Continue...

Men's hockey falters against Ravens

Men’s hockey fell to the Carleton Ravens in a 3-2 loss at home on Tuesday, where a tough first period stifled chances of a late comeback attempt.Continue...

Baseball speaker series comes to Kingston

If the Blue Jays 2015 playoff run taught us anything, it’s probably that Canada’s obsession with baseball is stronger than we think.Continue...

Men’s volleyball suffers loss to top-ranked Mac

Men’s volleyball started off the second half of their season with their toughest opponent yet, the number one CIS ranked McMaster Marauders, who came into the game with an 11-0 record.Continue...

Women’s basketball ram Ryerson, sing blues to U of T

Despite a controversial call at a pivotal time in Saturday’s game against the No. 2 Ryerson Rams, women's basketball came out victorious 80-74 for their second victory in as many nights.Continue...

Men’s hockey unlucky on weekend

Heading into the weekend on a three-game winning streak, men’s hockey saw their momentum snapped. The Gaels picked up just a lone point this past weekend with a 4-3 regulation loss against Concordia on Friday night followed by a 3-2 double overtime loss against UQTR.Continue...

Women’s hockey falters against York

Returning in their first game back from the winter break, women’s hockey didn’t get the easy win they may have expected.Continue...

A tale of two Crouses

While Queen’s forward Kyla Crouse’s home rink sits at Kingston’s Memorial Centre, another Crouse sibling is skating just over two kilometres away for the town’s beloved Frontenacs junior team....Continue...

Fencing: A sport with a point

In the eighth year of his fencing career at Queen’s, Captain Jimmy Wintle — weapon in hand — is a force to be reckoned with. But after competing for nearly a decade, Wintle may be ready for a whole new sort of force.Continue...

A push to cut out concussions

Queen’s defensive end Allen Champagne has watched his fair share of friends recover from concussions, so he’s working to make sure it doesn’t happen to anyone else.Continue...

Getting to know “Rebounding Rob”

While she’s been a staple on Queen’s basketball court for the past few seasons, people didn’t always believe Robyn Pearson would make it to the university level.Continue...

Confidence high despite defeat in exhibition

Despite a hot 6-1 start to the season, men’s basketball struggled in their return to the hardwood with a 70-61 home loss against the McGill Redmen.Continue...

Men's hockey looks to build off close road victory

Falling 2-0 behind after the opening period of their first game back, men’s hockey had their backs up against the wall.Continue...

Beyond the field

A few weeks before he received the Russ Jackson Award, Queen’s receiver Curtis Carmichael received a cryptic phone call from his head coach Pat Sheahan.Continue...

Making magic on the sidelines

While she never got her letter to Hogwarts, Queen’s student Jessalynn Tsang has found another way to make the world of magic a part of her life. In just a few short years, Tsang, ConEd ’16, who still hasn’t read the Harry Potter series, has made her way to the championship of the fictionally-inspired sporting world, acting as the Head Manager for Team Canada at the 2916 Quidditch World Cup.Continue...

Predictions for the 2016 winter varsity season

Predictions for the remainder of varsity sports seasons.Continue...

Limited break for hardwood teams

Most Queen’s students likely spent their winter break with family or friends, catching up with people they hadn’t seen for a while, and making up for sleep lost to the crush of final exams. However, for many varsity athletes, this long, relaxing break isn’t entirely possible. With many of the teams playing in seasons that span either side of the break, tournaments and extra practices become the holiday plans for many Queen’s athletes.Continue...

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